That's right, Zuma Blitz has finally embraced a widescreen orientation, which we imagine will look even better in full screen. While much of the play loop hasn't changed--choose power-ups, enter level and shoot away for the high score--PopCap has introduced considerable updates to the finer details. For instance, there are 110 new levels for players to shoot through and collect stars from. There are two new power-ups as well: the Color Nuke and the Wild Ball.
That said, some things have not changed, like the ability to share gifts and free plays with friends, tracks their stats on leaderboards and compete in weekly tournaments. You'll get to experience everything PopCap has changed in Zuma Blitz: Kroakatoa Island on Facebook starting tomorrow, Sept. 13. Until then, commence the drooling over the screenshots.
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